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Location February 1950:

Showroom & Factory
G.D. Kleinberger
39 W. 32nd St.
N.Y.C.

Faille bags were trendy for Spring 1950, as evidenced by a full page feature in the same February 1950 issue of "Handbags and Fashion Accessories," page 47, including this example from Kleinberger.

Faille Bags for the New Femininity
That faithful spring fabric is keyed to this season's dressier mode . . . with a new midway drape ... or a rose petal lock . . . but especially a new value in price ranges to appeal to the thriftiest

"EXQUISITELY CHISELED rose lift lock of old gold with black enamel shadows formerly used only on expensive bags gives new eclat to Kleinberger's popular priced faille pouch."

Display ad February 1950 issue of "Handbags and Fashion Accessories," page 68

Be sure to visit our new Showroom and Factory at 39 West 32nd St. We are ready to show you a most superb line.

FAILLE• SHANTUNG• LINEN• PANAMETTE STRAW• PASTEL BROADCLOTH

G. D. Kleinberger Moves

"G. D. Kleinberger Inc. has moved its factory and showroom to larger quarters at 39 West 32nd Street, New York City, where the new line of spring and early summer bags will be on display. Harry Millstein is in charge of New York sales and showroom and William Waks and Morris Horwitz continue as officers of the company."
HANDBAGS column of the February 1950 issue of "Handbags and Fashion Accessories," page 72

G.D. Kleinberger, Inc. is listed as a 1956 1956NationalAuthorityMembers and 1960 1960NationalAuthorityMembers member of the National Authority for the Ladies Handbag Industry.


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